route network

Application of bayesian networks to estimate the probability of a transfer at a public transport stop

Optimizing transfers during public transport operations is one of the essential components of improving the quality of transport. Several factors influence the passenger's perception of a transfer: from the personal characteristics of the user of transport services to the parameters of the route network, trip characteristics and the design of transfer stops.

Assessment of sustainability of the Lviv city transport system according to the indicator of accessibility

Transport accessibility of the territory determines the possibility of getting a certain area using a certain transport mode of the existing transport network. The paper describes the concept of accessibility of the territory as a factor of sustainability of the urban transport system and methods of its assessment for urban conditions. It is proposed to use the indicator of the number of non-stop public transport routes between transport zones as a criterion for the "cost" of travel. Non-stop travel increases the comfort of public transport and reduces the financial costs of the passenger.

Justification of the criteria for allocation of separate lanes for urban public transport

The article is devoted to the methodology and research results of traffic flow parameters on the arterial streets, where different regimes of prioritizing urban public transport operate. The regularities of changes of such parameters make it possible to identify and differentiate the sections of transport network in terms of service efficiency, with the aim to implement various regulatory measures that would help to minimize delays in traffic flow.